At the Library | Mo Willems’ Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! | Drawing Stuff

Future illustrators? Artists in the making? They could definitely use a few of these items.

Drawing Drawing
Crayon Roll
Fancy Crayon Roll – nice use of the border print in the project panel.
Crayon Roll
Colors are inspiration.
Crayon Roll
Gianna chooses her colors wisely.
Pencil Case
Pencil case that holds plenty. Drawing by Rosie.
Pencil Case
Tools of the trade.
Pencil Case
A work in progress.

At the Library | Mo Willems’ Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! | Girl Stuff

More items featuring the Pigeon in this fun new range featuring Mo Willems’ beloved character.

Layered Skirt
At the library. What better place?
Lunch Bag
Ready for the day!
Layered Skirt
Pretty tiered skirt by Karen LePage (sorry, theres no pattern for this!) A simple elastic waist and 3 equally tiered layers.
Lunch Bag
A good sized lunch bag or just something to carry gear in.

At the Library | Mo Willems’ Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! | Boy Stuff

While we can’t really speak for Pigeon, we still hear his voice in our heads:

“Pigeon fabric?
Hey! That’s ME!
Can I have some?
I could make a tent!
Or a bed for my walrus!
Why not?!
I bet your mom would let me.”

Well, we happen to know that MANY MANY moms (and grand moms, and librarians, and teachers, and book shops owners, and aunties and friends of friends) with kids who love Pigeon will be very busy with this collection. We’ve had such a fan response! Never have we received daily inquiries as to when this range was finally going to hit shops. Pleased to say, the answer is NOW!
Here’s some fun ideas that we came up with to inspire.
Boys Shirt
Boys shirt sewn up by Karen LePage. This particular pattern is from a Japanese pattern book, but there’s lots of cute styles on the market if you search for it.
Boys Shirt
Lookin’ sharp!
That is one stylin’ backpack, Dude! Pattern by Made by Rae.
Boys Shirt
This is what happy looks like.